White Colour Black (15)

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Directed by Joseph A. Adesunloye
Starring: Dudley O’Shaughnessy, Yrsa Daley-ward 

London based photographer Leke (Dudley O’Shaughnessy) has it all. He’s successful, has no responsibility and women fall at his feet. When a message from Senegal calls him to return ‘home’, he reluctantly leaves his carefree, hedonistic lifestyle behind. 

Having avoided his past for years, Leke finds returning to a culture he no longer feels connected to daunting and struggles to overcome his instinct to run. As he travels across Senegal to his late Father’s village, the tranquillity of the landscape and the warmth of the people force Leke to slow down and embrace a lost part of himself.

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White Colour Black from Peccadillo Pictures on Vimeo.

Certificate:

15

Duration

Approx 85 mins

Content Guidance:

Drug misuse, Drug references, Nudity, Strong sex

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